Oksana Muzyka (Russia)


Oksana Muzyka (Russia) - Doctor of Philosophy, Professor, Dean of the Faculty of Psychology and Social Pedagogy, Rostov State University of Economics (RINH) - Chekhov Taganrog Institute (branch)

Socio-philosophical aspect of inclusive culture (Presentation) 

Presentation language: Russian

Modern Russian education represents inclusion as one of the basic moments in the formation of social interactions and relations in the context of education, which directly influenced the understanding of the need to form an inclusive culture. "The concept of inclusion" has been developed in political and socio-philosophical theories aimed at identifying the role and place of a social subject in the "I - Other" dichotomy. The applied significance of inclusion includes the need to transform society and its main institutions towards the formation of an "inclusive society" with priority "Other "over the collective" I "(a person of a different race, religion, culture, disability). In discussions on inclusive education, there is a certain pluralism of opinions regarding the terminology used. There is no single conceptual apparatus and universal methods in understanding and representing inclusive education. Based on this, among the important signs of an inclusive culture, organizations distinguish the following: 1) inclusive culture is an integral part of the culture of society; 2) the inclusive culture of the organization accumulates the local cultures of its subjects; 3) the foundations of an inclusive culture are the values, attitudes and principles of inclusive education in the context of an "inclusive society". The theoretical foundation for understanding inclusive education is the axiological approach.

The study was carried out with the financial support of the RFBR in the framework of the research project "Understanding the socio-philosophical phenomenon of educational inclusion in the context of foreign and domestic methodological approaches and models", No. 19-013-00117\19